Camping Gythion Bay

Address: Mavrovouni, Gythion, Peloponnese, 23200, Greece | Campground
 
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This campground is located on Mavrovouni, Gythion.
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    Travel Blogs from Gythion

    Last leg of Greece

    A travel blog entry by clhend on Jun 15, 2015

    5 comments, 13 photos

    ... two days, on top of the mountain, overlooking the valley far below. We then walked down in the gorge and visited one of the historic, 12C Greek Orthodox churches, perched on top of a cliff. Built on faith and determination I think! We are now in the Killini beach area, parked up next to a surf and sandy beach, prior to catching the ferry from Patra to Bari in Italy, our next leg of the journey.

    Love to you all. And hugs for all the family, big and ...

    Scrambled Eggs and Coincidences

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jun 14, 2015

    8 comments, 5 photos

    ... As we walk out, I know I have made a new friend and shared something more than a recipe. We have shared the wonder of the scrambled egg. I feel like Tom Hanks in Cast Away when he says, "I...Have Made Fire!!!!" We slap each other on the back, and he points to Jack, he asks, "What is the boy's name?" I say it is Jonathan but he goes by Jack. He looks at me with a sparkle in his eye, and I note the third coincidence of the hour. "My name is Jack". Who'd of thunk it? Jack the Greek!
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    Helmet Island, Gythion

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 01, 2014

    13 photos

    ... the coast road, we walked the short manmade causeway on to the islet.

    The islet of Cranae, which in Greek means helmet is the trademark of Gythio. Around every corner and behind every building in Greece there seems to lurk a story. This is no different. The tale behind this strange name of Cranae is attributed to Homer (of the Odyssey and Iliad fame not of the Simpsons!!) who recorded that while on their way to Troy, Helen and Paris spent one night there. When ...

    The Mani Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by cuk on May 20, 2012

    12 photos

    ... town of Limephi where we had Barbouni (Red Mullet). We crossed over the Mani to the Laconian Gulf ending up in the town of Gythion. Historically, this was Sparta's seaport. According to Greek mythology, this was the rendezvous place of Helen and Paris. Quote of the day: "If you look like your passport photo, you're too ill to travel." Will ...

    Caves of Diros and Stoupa beach.

    A travel blog entry by terrinfamily on Aug 09, 2011

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... finish what appeared to be bottomless beer we headed to the beach led by Ritza throughout his abandoned old building down a steep trail while carrying the beach gear in smoking hot weather. Once we rounded the corner it was all worth it... A magazine quality beach. The area was private with only a few other couples and a small enough area to set our umbrella and chairs up...but the priority was getting in the water. The girls were so excited ...